The North Carolina Department of Transportation is monitoring the effects of Hurricane Florence on North Carolina and is responding as quickly as possible, as needed.
NCDOT, the N.C. State Highway Patrol and emergency management agencies strongly advise motorists to stay off the roads and out of vehicles.
Do not put your life, or the life of others, in danger by choosing to drive.
Although the storm has passed in some areas, travel conditions across the state are deteriorating as flood waters continue to rise and trees fall because of saturated grounds.
Additionally, GPS navigation companies are not keeping up with all the road closures and are directing people onto roads that are confirmed closed and flooded.
NCDOT maintenance crews are assessing roads as weather conditions allow. The number of road closures is expected to rise.
Frequently Asked Questions
- I’m in the western part of North Carolina and need to get to the eastern part of the state ASAP. What’s the best way to get there. When will road conditions get better?
- Keep in mind that road conditions are deteriorating and are expected to get worse in the coming days.
- It’s understandable to want to get back home or to loved ones, but it is not safe to be out on the roads. If you’re in a safe place right now, stay put. Don’t drive and put your life and the lives of emergency response officials at risk.
- If you have to be on the road, visit DriveNC.gov for the latest road closures. Keep in mind, however, that just because a road might show that it is open on a map, it doesn’t mean it will be when you get there. Conditions are changing rapidly.
- Additionally, GPS navigation companies are not able to keep up with all the road closures and are directing people onto roads that are confirmed closed and flooded. This is another reason it’s not safe to be out traveling.
- As rain decreases there will be some road lanes that open in isolated areas. But it is important for those roads be kept clear for emergencies and supplies.
- I’m from out of state and need to get to eastern North Carolina.
- Road conditions are worsening dramatically every hour in storm-affected areas across eastern and central North Carolina. If you are in a safe place right now, stay put. Many roads that are passable are expected to be flooded and too dangerous for travel in the coming hours and days. Don’t drive and put your life and the lives of emergency response officials at risk.
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